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Man-Made Rainbow Fills The Gallery At The Toledo Museum Of Art

Published 4 years ago

How was this amazingly vibrant rainbow created inside a gallery room? By connecting thousands of multicolored threads, of course.

The artist behind it is Gabriel Dawe, a Mexican-born creator who specializes in mixed media and installations made out of colored threads which look like light beams bouncing around confined spaces. The one below is his most recent installation called Plexus no. 35, at Toledo Museum of Art’s, which will be decorating the museum’s Great Gallery until January 22nd, 2017.

More info: gabriel daweinstagram (h/t: colossal)

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 For more amazing thread installations head over to Gabriel’s website.

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